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Skills for Security maintains its OFSTED Good Provider status after 500% growth
Skills for Security, the UK’s largest Fire and Security Apprenticeship provider, has maintained its OFSTED Good Provider status after a 500% growth in just three years. Under the new leadership team which was introduced in August 2019, the organisation has increased its apprenticeship provision from 100 live apprentices in one location to over 500 enrolled up across the UK, from Scotland to Cornwall. As part of its strategy to be a national prov...
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Skills for Security and Security Buyer Live enter into media partnership for virtual event
Security Buyer Live has announced a new media partnership with Skills for Security for our virtual event on 9-10 March 2022. Skills for Security, the UKs largest Fire & Security national training provider. Support over 400 apprentices, across their centres in Warrington, Birmingham, Scotland, Oxford and Watford (opening mid 2022). Skills for Security have a reach like no other and implement courses through a range of mixed delivery methods. Wi...
Connelly Security Systems enters in to partnership with Skills for Security
Connelly Security Systems (CSS), members of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), have partnered with Skills for Security to access its newly developed online technical Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses to upskill their engineers. Over the next year, CSS intend to use Skills for Security’s online courses to upskill their workforce, starting with an initial ten engineers. The courses are aimed at installers, projec...
Skills for Security calls for training provider funding during crisis

On Thursday the 26th of March, the British Security Industry Association’s Skills for Security called on the government to guarantee funding for independent training providers to help them mitigate damage caused by the Covid-19 outbreak.

This action is in response to the Department of Education’s guidance released on Monday which stipulates that their policy ...

Skills for Security hosts first ever Electronic Security Systems Competition
Skills for Security, an offshoot of the BSIA, has hosted the first-ever Electronic Security Systems competition at WorldSkillsUK (WSUK 2019) which took place in Birmingham between the 21std and 23rd of November this year. The competition brought together six of the best apprentices from around the United Kingdom to compete in the 2 day match up with the winner being named WSUK champion. Each task was designed to force apprentices...
BSIA appoints new Managing Director for Skills for Security.

August 27th 2019

Skills for Security, an offshoot of the BSIA, aims to improve the standards of the security workforce by working with employers to offer apprenticeship security training courses and various levels of qualifications for those engaged in the security industry.

David Scott was announc...